The sixth North American Summer School of Logic, Language, and Information, NASSLLI 2014, will be hosted at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Yes, way! And it's gonna be awesome!
Dates and more info
See you there!
(That's not there, by the way, that's still here.)
Actually, Emilie took a lot of these; most of the Turing Centenary Symposium shots, and many of the Friday-at-Medici shots, are hers. (She doesn't have a Flickr yet, but we're working on that.)
And here are some more from Ed Cormany, Cornell University
And the ones Andy Rogers (Armadillo Research Institute) took
June 19, 2012
DIRECTORS' LATEST NEWSFLASH
The Turing Centenary Symposium is now open to the public!
Turing Centenary Symposium Speakers
- Computer Scientist Kevin Knight
- Linguist Bob King
- Writer Bruce Sterling
If you're registered at NASSLLI, TLS, or RAIN, you are already guaranteed admission; otherwise, you must register at this page:
Or here, if that link doesn't get you directly there. Simply select "Turing Centenary Symposium" from the list.
Hurry, there are less than 100 tickets left!
Gartenfest, Tuesday night
In other news, all NASSLLI participants are invited to our Gartenfest party tonight at Scholz Garten, from 6:45 to 10:00 pm.
- Scholz Garten
1607 San Jacinto, Austin, TX
Google Map (the location is also on the map on the back of your programs)
Evening lecture, Thursday night
Both NASSLLI participants and the general public are invited to attend an evening lecture that will serve as a great warm-up for the Turing Centenary Symposium on this Thursday night:
Michael Tye - The Turing Test and Its Implications
(Department of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin)
Thursday, June 21st, at 7:30 pm, UTC 2.102
Director, NASSLLI 2012
June 18, 2012
Dear NASSLLI people, welcome to Austin!!!
I'm looking forward to seeing all 214 of you at our two opening evening events tonight:
- Bonnie Webber's talk at 7:30pm will be in the UTC the same building that the classes are in, but on the ground floor, 2.102A.
- Right after that we'll have reception. We've reserved Cafe Medici on Guadalupe & 21st from 8:30pm — everyone is invited for a well-deserved drink, and optionally to engage in building a lego Turing machine. You, know, geeky ice breaker sort of a thing.
Director, NASSLLI 2012
Monday · 8:00 - 9:00 am, 6:30 - 7:00 pm, and between classes, on UTC 4th floor
- Are $5 each, and since we don't have as many as there are NASSLLI participants, please only take one. If you want another, please ask on Friday if we have leftovers/extras.
- Are free for lecturers, presenters, and UT volunteers. Since we don't have terribly many volunteer shirts, though, lecturers should take the plain-ash-grey ones.
NASSLLI Volunteers will be wearing the seafoam-ash-gray t-shirts.
Where the classes are:
Layout of Austin (from the program):
Layout of the UTC (also from the program):
Where the other things are:
Full program (hi-res printable maps on pages 10 and 12):
Each course takes place on of the five weekdays, Monday through Friday, June 18th through June 22nd, 2012. Thus, each course has five sessions, over the duration of the summer school.
Click here to see the extended listing of courses (same courses, more information): NASSLLI 2012 course program
- Lunch: 12:10 to 1:20
- Break: 4:30 to 5:00
Online registration is now closed.
On-site registration is still possible at the NASSLLI Welcome Table in the University Teaching Center (4th floor). Email [email protected] to request information concerning on-site registration times.